Young Worker - Vol 1 - No 8
Topics Communism -- United States
, Marxism -- United States
, Youth Movement
, Young Workers League of America
, Young Communist League of America
, Communist Party USA
, Workers Party of America (WPA)
The Young Worker: Official Organ of the Young Workers League.
Collection folkscanomy_politics; folkscanomy; additional_collections
Volume 1, Number 8 (December 1922).
Published in Chicago by the National Executive Committee of the Young Workers League of America.
Oliver Carlson, Editor.
Editorial: "An American Fascisti."
Editorial: "Ever Present Red Youth."
Editorial: "Orphans of the Working Class."
Clude Bealy: "Youth in America's Coal Fields."
S.B. Fields: "The Movement -- 'As She Is.'"
C. Revilo: "LIterature and the Workers' Movement."
S.B. Fields: "As to Change."
John Williamson: "A Word to You."
"News of the Leagues."
"News of the Young Workers' League of Canada."
Lillian Saffern: "Why I Joined the Young Workers' League."
Jennie Greenberg: "My Reasons for Joining the Young Workers' League."
Edgar Hart: "The Basis for Prostitution in Capitalism: Part 3."
M.L.: "'Once Upon a Time.'"
"Reviewing the Ranks."
Published in the USA prior to 1923, public domain.
Uploaded to Archive.org by Tim Davenport ("Carrite") on July 11, 2013.
Non-commercial reproduction permitted.